Sex-mad league bimbo takes women down dud route
There’s an extraordinary piece of journalism in today’s Daily Telegraph by “Coogee Cougar” Charmyne Palavi where she takes more positions than the Kama Sutra on the questions of sex and consent.
Palavi, who among other things has blown the whistle on the sub-culture of predatory women bedding sports stars as “scalps”, shot to prominence last week with her morally ambivalent star turn in the Four Corners report on the Matthew Johns sex scandal.
In today’s Tele Palavi speaks of her disappointment that many of her apparently positive experiences have been sullied by the white-hot debate over the Johns affair. She introduces a handy new term to the sexual lexicon - the concept of “mostly consensual” sex.
“I am old enough and wise enough to know that these encounters are nothing more than what they were at the time - mostly consensual, one-one-one sex, on my terms.”
Palvi then writes of her befuddlement at the debate post- Four Corners, saying: “I did feel sorry for “Clare” when she started crying, but the stories that have come out since have been confusing.”
If the stories have been confusing, Palavi’s piece will only odd to confusion, as she oscillates between stating that women must retain control of the situation, then tells of how she was “lapsing in and out of consciousness” during one sexual experience, boasts about the positive feedback she’s received from women for being honest about her love of hunting men, and then says that she’s made mistakes.
There’d plenty of NRL players reading today’s piece and grimacing because Palavi claims that many of her experiences - including the one where she was comatose and clearly not consenting - involve men who are currently playing the game.
In fact, it’s the kind of piece the cops might have a look at too.
Personally I hope that young and impressionable women with stars in their eyes don’t take any notice of it, as all it does is legitimise a spectacularly dangerous lifestyle, and with its celebration of the mostly consensual, expose them to more danger at the hands of testosterone-fuelled blokes who are clearly up for pretty much anything.
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